The ‘internet of things’ is rapidly gaining momentum in the modern digital lexicon and represents the expansion of the internet beyond browsers, phones, tablets, and glasses, and into refrigerators, toilets, food packaging and just about anything you can shove a … Continue reading
I have spent the last two days at the Innovation Enterprise Big Data conference. At first I felt overwhelmed by the barrage of new terminology and acronyms - Hadoop, Hive, Storm, Map Reduce, ETL, distributed nodes, polyglot infrastructure…I could go on.
I blogged a few weeks ago about the possibilities that the smartwatch might offer market researchers. Of course there is one bit of kit already – well almost sort of already – out there today. Google goggles …or GoogleGlass as it … Continue reading
I haven’t owned a watch for quite a few years, but The New York times are reporting that Apple are apparently playing with loading their iOS software into a wrist watch. Apple aren’t the only ones investing in smartwatch technology. … Continue reading
The BBC recently published an interesting article about how the initial stages of the recruitment process are increasingly being handled by computers, which filter applicants CV’s by using keyword analysis to ensure the candidates are saying the right things.